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Shareholder relations articles
Articles, feature and reports from the ICAEW on shareholder relations
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An interview with Professor Dr Andreas Barckow, incoming Chair of the International Accounting Standards Board.
3 November 2020: Reporting on 2020 will be a challenge. The Financial Reporting Council Lab acknowledges this but also flags opportunities for the development of investor information despite the uncertainty.
The stakeholder imperative: an urgent priority for boards
How have boards responded to the ongoing coronavirus crisis in light of the wide range of stakeholders they have to consider, and what should they be doing to plan for the future?
A special briefing from Equiniti on how to brief your AGM on the Coronavirus
How to prepare for a successful remuneration policy renewal
New legislation and the UK Corporate Governance Code are forcing companies to consider a much wider agenda in the upcoming AGM season.
Waldron and Waldron 2019 EWHC 115
This is a shareholder dispute between three brothers and a sister, all involved in a construction and civil engineering business which had been set up by their parents.
Booth and Booth
Family Companies and Section 994, Companies Act 2006 - most common grounds by far were exclusion of a shareholder from management of the business.
Smaller Listed and AIM Quoted Companies
Designed to give investors, and other users, the ability to assess the financial integrity of a company, financial reporting and compliance with relevant reporting frameworks is an essential tool for holding management to account. More than this, high quality financial reporting can contribute to a strong and efficient economy by improving transparency and liquidity and thereby lowering the cost of capital.